Angle of Rotation: Definition & Measurement


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A half-turn is the same as _____.

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1. Referenced to the positive x-axis, 120o is in the _____ quadrant.

2. Using the positive x-axis as the initial side, what is the terminal side for a rotation of -90o?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz contains five multiple-choice questions that will test your knowledge of angles of rotation. You'll be challenged to identify the quadrants that various angles fall in following a series of rotations.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be asked to:

  • Know the equivalent of a half-turn
  • Select the quadrant of 120o in relation to a positive x axis
  • Identify the terminal side for a 90o rotation using the positive x axis as the initial side
  • Find the resulting terminal side from a series of counter-clockwise rotations
  • Choose the terminal side from a series of rotations, gons and radians

Skills Practiced

The quiz helps you apply the following skills:

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve practice problems involving angles of rotation
  • Information recall - access knowledge you've gained regarding terminal sides and graph quadrants
  • Making connections - name a half-turn's equivalent

Additional Learning

Review the related lesson called Angle of Rotation: Definition & Measurement to learn more about this geometry concept. The lesson is designed to help students:

  • Name the four ways you can describe angles of rotation
  • Define the vertex of an angle
  • Draw several angles of rotation